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#1 (permalink) Old 08-15-2003, 09:44 PM
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does anyone ever take a look at your engine's pulley and tensioner pulley ? i wonder why they run with a roughly spin !!!

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dear all ;
does anyone ever take a look at your engine's pulley and tensioner pulley ? i wonder why they run with a roughly spin !!!

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Could be a bad bearing in the pulley or pulleys. Usually the pulley goes out then your belt goes bad then after that your belt goes, your car overheats and you're totally screwed. 1 bad pulley can start a chain reaction of events. Get it checked. Pulleys on e34's e36's e46's and e38's usually last around 75k-100k miles on the average (ballpark figure).

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i agree with L337, have it checked out before anything else goes wrong.

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thank you for the answer

i have just changed an idle pulley, a/c tensioner and main tensioner pulley
and also my 2 belts. so, i think the problem is only my roughly spinning
of the crankshalf pulley.

but i have no idea why it occurs or how to make it smooth ??
anyone know ?



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